What did REGLOPLAS AG stand for in the 20th century?
In 1961, the founding year of REGLOPLAS, temperature control technology for industrial applications in injection moulding and die casting was in the early stage of a brilliant technical and economic development, according to the contemporary witness and founder Max Stieger. It was a time when plants were working at their limit and users were feverishly looking for solutions to optimise manufacturing processes and to minimise waste. REGLOPLAS started writing its success story at the same time as the birth of mould temperature control!
With an unstoppable pioneering spirit, REGLOPLAS was already making a name for itself in the early 1960s as an innovative solution provider and technological market leader. The patented principle of low-calcification SK cooling is still in use today and is considered a guarantee of durability. In order to fully ensure that pumps are watertight during mould temperature control, REGLOPLAS, unlike its competitors, began using magnetic couplings early on, thereby ensuring ground-breaking stable temperature control processes. To adapt to the increasing demand for high temperature ranges, REGLOPLAS was the first supplier on the market to launch a 250°C oil temperature control unit. To counteract the resulting high-temperature carbonisation, the forced circulation system was introduced to the market shortly thereafter.